Asymmetrical women’s top

Our girl was not the only lucky one to receive a Felix top. I also sewed a Felix top for myself and I love this new pattern from Sofilantjes*. I basically love everything about it: the flowyness, the asymmetrical top and hem, the fact that the band covers your bra band. You can finish the... Continue Reading →

Magistra top

A new top (and tunic or dress) pattern from Sofilantjes*: the Magistra top, tunic and dress. It is the perfect top for work or for a day out with a beautiful neckline. As always the pattern includes different options. There are long hemmed sleeves, cuffed sleeves (with beautiful pleats) and short sleeves. I sewed up... Continue Reading →

Linen summer dress with pleats

Just before my holiday I sewed up this Miss Haze top and dress from Sofiona Designs. It is just such a lovely summer dress, flowy, light and with beautiful details. It is not a quick sew but I learned a lot during this test. First I will show you the dress with pleats at the... Continue Reading →

Schooner Tee

Our girl adores flutter sleeves. I am not sure what I think of it. However, I have the kids schooner tee and dress from Jennuine Design* already on my to sew list for a while. So when I saw the tester call for the adult Schooner tee and dress I jumped in on the occasion.... Continue Reading →

Colour blocking with the shift tee

Every time I am amazed how Elles from Misusu designs a new pattern that is so out-of-the-box and different from what I have seen so far. This is also the case for the new released shift tee! This shift tee is perfect for colour blocking and using up scraps, which is totally in my alley.... Continue Reading →

Janie dress and separates from PS&co

A new set for myself with colour blocking, what's not to love?! Petite Stitchery just released their new patterns and the Janie dress and separates is one of them (another one that I sewed in the Elliot dress which I sewed for our youngest). The great thing about these patterns is that they start at... Continue Reading →

Third Navarro

The Adult Navarro by Stitch Upon A Time* is a very versatile pattern and maybe you didn't recognize all the Navarros that I sewed. I sewed two for our girl and since it is also available for women I sewed one for myself this time. The pattern includes a dress (like I sewed for our... Continue Reading →

Asymmetrical Dahlia Top

I love asymmetrical garments, so when I saw the tester call for the Dahlia Top I jumped on the occasion and hoped I was picked. I was over the moon when I was selected to sew up the Dahlia top from SOLA Patterns. I love the asymmetrical neckline and the gathering on the front. It... Continue Reading →

Second Star Julia top for me

I already made several Julia sweaters from Compagnie-M. This one and this one for our girl and one for myself. But the last time I sewed one has been several years. I still love the design and we are still wearing our Julia sweaters. I sewed those two for our eldest and our youngest now... Continue Reading →

A twisted outfit: Romy twist tee and skirt

Twisted and asymmetrical clothing are my weak spot, so I fell in love the moment I saw this outfit, the Adult Romy Twist Tee and Skirt from Petite Stitchery*. They look complicated and sophisticated, but they are actually very quick sews. The twist top has three different lengths, I made the regular top length, also... Continue Reading →

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